Stripping out proprietary metadata


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Stripping out proprietary metadata

If you're going to distribute your PowerPoint slide show to the public, you may not want proprietary information about your company's inner workings associated with the presentation. You can strip out the metadata saved with the file with just a few clicks. Go up to the File tab, and it defaults to Info. In the middle we see Prepare for Sharing. And it does remind you, Before sharing this file be aware that it contains document properties and authors name. So we'll click on the Check for Issues button, and Inspect the Document for hidden properties and personal information. There's a whole list of things that the document inspector looks for.

The ones that we're most concerned about right now, are Comments and Annotations, and Document Properties and Personal Information. But we'll go ahead and check off everything. And then I'll click the Inspect button at the bottom. It did find that our document has Properties and Author information. So I'll go...

Stripping out proprietary metadata
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Stripping out proprietary metadata provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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